Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Brighton

Brighton’s vegetarian dining scene is thriving. Dedicated veggie eateries have been a thing here since the early 80’s, with a string of fresh and exciting restaurants adding to an impressive legacy ever since. Serving up buttermilk halloumi treats, tahini-marinated roasted aubergines and roasted butternut squash burgers right across the city, here’s our pick for the best vegetarian restaurants in Brighton.

Pho Brighton

307 user reviews 4

Serving authentic Vietnamese food with a modern twist, Pho is a great place for veggie dishes and proudly boasts 25% of their menu is vegan. From a classic pho noodle soup with tofu to healthy salads and sharing plates, make sure to explore what they can do for you. 

Wahaca Brighton

719 user reviews 4

From black bean quesadillas to sweet potato and feta taquitos, Wahaca has no shortage of mouthwatering Mexican treats for veggies in Brighton. Situated on North Street, this brightly coloured restaurant makes its dishes just as vibrant as its interiors. 


2 user reviews 5

Don't be put off by the name, MEATLiquor have a fine selection of vegetarian and plant-based eats. Star dishes include the gloriously greasy seitan fingers topped with chilli oil, black bean chilli fries and the wonderfully chunky halloumi mushroom burger with hash browns. 

The Prince George

1 user review 4

Charming and personal, the prized vegetarian menu is The Prince George's pride and joy. Ideal for settling in after a day grazing the North Laines, this boozer serves everything from wraps to roast beetroot risotto, with a dedicated Mexican section for good measure. 

Food For Friends

1 user review 5

There's a focus on communal eating at Brighton's original veggie restaurant. It's been plating up innovative, unusual flavour combinations since 1981. Come for honest and carefully curated grub like portobello burgers, alongside beetroot and feta risotto and spiced Moroccan tagine.

Don't let The Bok Shop fool you. While they're churning out plenty of great chicken burgers, they're also renowned for their vegetarian buns to boot. Think seitan burgers and macaroni cheese to quell any and all hunger pangs.